Robin Spriggs is a self-described “figment of [his] own I-magination.”
He is the author of The Untold Tales of Ozman Droom, Diary of a Gentleman Diabolist, Wondrous Strange: Tales of the Uncanny, The Dracula Poems, Capes & Cowls: Adventures in Wyrd City, and over 200 short stories and poems that have appeared in a wide variety of publications. His work has been nominated for a Bram Stoker Award, a Pushcart Prize, and multiple Rhysling Awards.
As an actor, Spriggs guest starred as The Ghost on PlayStation Network’s superhero crime series Powers and has appeared as Harley on The CW’s Containment, Captain Franco on NBC’s Revolution and as Chris Amante on USA Network’s Necessary Roughness. His performance as affable sociopath Alfonse Duncan in the rural noir Sinkhole was lauded by Variety and Film Threat Magazine and honored with a Best Actor nomination at the Wild Rose Independent Film Festival. Look for him next in the award-winning off-kilter indie comedy Gilda Sue Rosenstern: The Motion Picture, and as conjurer-in-residence for the arcane productions of Droom Vox Theatre.
In the purely aural sphere, Spriggs can also allegedly be found on an obscure album from 1973 entitled Daemon Unbound: The Lost Conjurations of Ozman Droom, performed in concert with the sorcerous ensemble The Holy See and produced by the infamous and ill-fated Villa 9 Studios. The truth of this claim has yet to be verified, and for those inclined to investigate it, extreme caution is advised.